The water polo, especially, was a great win as Westville Boys’ High School was definitely the more fancied team.
Forest View Primary School has chosen Grade 7 learner, Jessica Peattie, as its SPAR Star of the Month.
The boys were commended on their positive result and mature display.
Kearsney College had a fantastic sports weekend, beating Glenwood in basketball and cricket.
WBHS’s U14 A waterpolo team turned around a (first match of the season) 2-10 crushing defeat by Hilton College to eventually win the competition and be crowned KZN Champions for 2017.
“While this was their poorest game of the season, they did enough to come from behind and add a valuable away victory to their record.”
Supporters are encouraged to visit Kloof High School to learn about the art and sport of fencing.
Tiandra Albert is Highway College’s SPAR Star of the Month.
A group of Highway karateka recently competed at the World JKA Champs in Ireland, claiming three medals for South Africa.
Thomas More College’s past learners gathered for a morning of fun as they played a host of sports against the school’s top teams.
You can choose to run the 5km or 15km course in the first ever Waterfall Run in September.